THREE TRUTHS & A LIE

Huh, this actually sounds like the name of a really cool book or movie, but it’s our post for today. Now, I’m not sure if I’m supposed to let you guess which one is the lie, but I think that’s what I’m going to do. I’ll tell you four things about myself and you’ll have to decide which one is the lie. It’s more fun that way.Ā 

First, though, here’s male hotness, which is never a lie.


Okay, so here we go.

1) I went to Catholic school from 3rd grade all the way through college. I started out in a public school, but when my Mom was told they were going to bus me to a school over forty minutes away from home she took me out and put me in the parish school. I also went to an all-girls’ catholic high school and finally to a private, catholic college.

2) I once danced on a bar in New Orleans for free drinks. The bartender, with a hot Cajun accent, offered us free drinks if I got up on the bar and danced so I did. Hey, it was for free drinks, people.

3) I once hiked over a mile through Mayan ruins in billion degree heat. I used this experience as the opening chapter of my first published book.

4) I love roller coasters and once rode one like four or five times in a row. I kept getting off, then getting back in line again. I could have done it longer, but my sister said no more and we had to move on.

Now, it’s up to you to decide which one is the lie. I’ll tell you in next week’s Random post.Ā 

Now, run and check out what the other ladies have for you.Ā 

Jessica
Bronwyn
Kris
Jessica D
Kellie


See you all next week! — Gwen

6 thoughts on “THREE TRUTHS & A LIE

  1. Note to self…don't answer Bronwyn before the rest of us guess. I was going to go with #1. I believed it right up until the whole choosing to go to a Catholic College as well. Guess I was wrong…

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  2. I'm going with #4. I think you are adventurous in many ways but I don't get the roller coaster vibe from you. Unless there was a sexy theme park attendant running the roller coaster that day šŸ™‚

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